If you have a minor traffic offense which did not result in an arrest and/or conviction you may travel visa free under the Visa Waiver Program, provided you are otherwise qualified. If you are not sure whether or not you are eligible to travel visa free, the only way to resolve this question is to apply for a visa.”
Safest is to apply for a visa.
If you have regularly / frequently travelled to the USA under the Visa Waiver Program, and are now applying for a B-1 or B-2 visa (the most common categories), a minor speeding conviction shouldn’t pose a problem, and you can ask for a “multiple entry” visa (so that you don’t have to apply each visit / each year)
Yes you will have a criminal record (which you would not have had if you'd accepted a course or fixed penalty). But it will be a "non-recordable" offence and should not hinder your entry to the USA.
What loophole do you have in mind?
I agree. Might as well try “officer wasn’t wearing a hat with a white cover” or “I’ll just chew on a 2p coin before I’m breathalysed” ....
The police will have seen & heard it all before.
OP, you MIGHT just find a loophole. It will likely cost you dear to keep trying. You have the absolute right (“innocent until proven guilty”) to try, but together with that right comes the responsibility of the more severe sentence if you don’t succeed.
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